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Norfolk firms should start thinking globally

Lynsey Sweales, chief executive of Social B. Picture: Social B.

Lynsey Sweales, chief executive of Social B. Picture: Social B.

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Norfolk business leaders are being encouraged to look beyond the UK and Europe for business growth by considering opportunities further afield.

The Institute of Directors (IoD) in Norfolk is hosting a Going Global panel discussion where panellists will share their tips and tricks on overcoming barriers to competing in a global marketplace.

Among those speaking at the event will be Lynsey Sweales, chief executive of digital agency SocialB, who provides digital marketing training and services to businesses around the globe including The International Criminal Court, Google and Aston Martin.

Joining her will be Andrew Brammer, managing director of PSS Steering & Hydraulics, and Tom Bool, chief executive of Integro Languages.

The event will take place at Mills and Reeve, 1 St James Court, Norwich, on Wednesday, April 18. Bookings can be made via www.iod.com/norfolk-global


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